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Small Arkansas towns to see slow rollout of COVID-19 vaccines

Small Arkansas towns to see slow rollout of COVID-19 vaccines

Breaking NewsThe wait for seniors over the age of 70 to get their COVID-19 vaccine will depend in large part on where they live.6:08 PM CST January 18, 2021MT IDA, Ark. — The progression into the expanded Phase 1B of the Arkansas vaccine rollout saw hundreds of educators get shots Monday while seniors over 70 in rural areas found out they may be waiting a while.At the Mount Ida Pharmacy, which serves as the only vaccine distributor in Montgomery County, Monday was just a typical day— save for the constant phone calls to owner and pharmacist Laura Wagner."I'm heartbroken and sad that my...

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Arkansas's proposed 'Stand Your Ground' law emerges from Senate committee

Arkansas's proposed 'Stand Your Ground' law emerges from Senate committee

Local NewsThe newest proposal mirrors a similar bill pushed in 2019 that died in committee after passionate testimony from Sen. Flowers turned into a viral video.LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas — An Arkansas Senate panel has advanced legislation loosening restrictions on the use of deadly force in self defense, two years after failing before the same committee. The Senate Judiciary Committee endorsed the proposal that would remove the state’s duty to retreat before using deadly force in certain circumstances. Loading ..."It's tighter and cleaner," said State Senator Bob Ballinger (R- Ozark), the...

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Arkansas's proposed 'Stand Your Ground' law emerges from Senate committee

Arkansas's proposed 'Stand Your Ground' law emerges from Senate committee

Breaking NewsThe newest proposal mirrors a similar bill pushed in 2019 that died in committee after passionate testimony from Sen. Flowers turned into a viral video.3:29 PM CST January 13, 2021LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas — An Arkansas Senate panel has advanced legislation loosening restrictions on the use of deadly force in self defense, two years after failing before the same committee. The Senate Judiciary Committee endorsed the proposal that would remove the state’s duty to retreat before using deadly force in certain circumstances. "It's tighter and cleaner," said State Senator Bob Ballinger...

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Arkansas restaurant owner sounds alarm after COVID-19 cluster hits her kitchen

Arkansas restaurant owner sounds alarm after COVID-19 cluster hits her kitchen

Breaking News"There's probably a lot more clusters in restaurants than anybody really wants to admit."6:50 PM CST December 11, 2020LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — A restaurant co-owner and member of the Little Rock Board of Directors says she's frustrated Arkansas continues to allow inside dining at two-thirds capacity after she and nine other employees tested positive for the virus.Capi Peck calls Trio's Restaurant "the poster child" for safety and precaution, but she still contracted the virus along with her partner in the 34-year-old "new American-style" eatery.RELATED:"Well honestly, I've been...

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Arkansas is the only state where overdue rent can lead to an arrest warrant

Arkansas is the only state where overdue rent can lead to an arrest warrant

Breaking NewsAs the only state in the nation that can have overdue rent end in an arrest warrant, here are some options those in need can do.7:42 PM CDT October 29, 2020HOT SPRINGS, Ark. — The national spotlight is back on Arkansas and the notorious way evictions are handled in this state. We remain the only state where being late with rent can lead to an arrest warrant and in rare cases a trip to jail.A recent article by the non-profit journalism group on the books that puts eviction cases in criminal court. That finding matches what our long-running 11News Investigation has been following...

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Coronavirus pandemic exposes Arkansas as worst in country when it comes to internet connectivity

Coronavirus pandemic exposes Arkansas as worst in country when it comes to internet connectivity

Breaking NewsThe coronavirus pandemic exposed a problem with internet connectivity in Arkansas.6:38 PM CDT September 15, 2020ARKANSAS, USA — The coronavirus pandemic exposed a problem with internet connectivity in Arkansas, but with millions of dollars in federal money available, state officials are asking users to test their speed and send the results directly to them.The problem is most acute in rural school districts like Searcy County, where virtual instruction is being hampered by a lack of stable service."No question, it is the lack of internet connectivity that we have in our school...

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Sen. Rapert praises controversial COVID-19 drug to lawmakers

Sen. Rapert praises controversial COVID-19 drug to lawmakers

Breaking NewsArkansas State Senator Jason Rapert brought in doctors who support the use of hydroxychloroquine despite both the FDA and CDC saying it has "no benefit."6:32 PM CDT August 31, 2020LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Republican State Senator Jason Rapert used his position as chair of a key legislative committee to hear from doctors who support the use of hydroxychloroquine in the fight against COVID-19 and to grill the state health secretary over the department's guidance when it comes to prescribing the drug."I've got people in this state, in my own district, who were given Hydroxychloroquine...

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